Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Shea's Performing Arts Center on 2005-12-03
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
2) Big Railroad Blues
3) Mr. Charlie
4) Eagles On The Highway> Jam>
5) The Wicked Messenger>
7) Casey Jones
1) Set 2: Space>
2) Shakedown Street>
5) New Speedway Boogie>
6) Fire On The Mountain>
7) Cowboy Movie>
2) The Other One>
3) Turn On Your Lovelight>
4) Franklin's Tower
5) E: Donor Rap/Intros
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|Big Railroad Blues|
|Eagles On The Highway> Jam>|
|The Wicked Messenger>|
|Set 2: Space>|
|New Speedway Boogie>|
|Fire On The Mountain>|
|The Other One>|
|Turn On Your Lovelight>|
|E: Donor Rap/Intros|
Phil Lesh, Chris Robinson (vocals, guitar)
John Scofield (guitar)
John Molo (drums), Mookie Siegel (keys)
Barry Sless (guitar+pedalsteel)
Mixed and mastered by Wiz
CD covers can be found at www.phillesh.net
Big thanks to all the mirror sites!
Source: DSBD - Official Release from www.phillesh.net (CDs mastered by Wizard)
- 2005-12-25 22:13:24
- Buffalo, NY
Subject: awesome. period.
Fire is the goods in the 2nd set, along with a pretty searing Lovelight; I really do dig the acoustic guitar present in about every other tune - it brings more of that country twang that was unique with this particular lineup.
Subject: chris robinson on lead vocals
Subject: this rocks out
Subject: phil's guitar players
little ol' axe slinger from asheville. maybe you've heard of him...Warren Haynes.
p.s.- My hamster can wallop the poo out of your parrot.
Subject: I saw Jerry
Unbelievable. I had to listen to the show twice. First time I was floored.
Subject: yeah well
still. great show..wish i could've been there.
Subject: Shakedown at Shea's
Subject: Say what?
Subject: Which one is Sco?
Subject: Say What?
2. In reference to the comments about Sco 'lacking conviction' or 'seeming unsure of himself,' I would have to disagree - have a listen to the last 1/4 of Althea. As far as Sco, I believe that the type of music that he plays includes, at least in part, the type of music that Miles Davis played, since he was in that band for a while. If any of you like the playing in this show, pick up the 'jam' album he did with Adam Deitch, it rocks.
3. Donna Jean could teach Mr. Robinson a thing or two about singing in key. (yikes!).
4. Overall it starts out a bit rough, but the group really hits their stride halfway through, which is to be expected given the sit-in factor. Totally worth adding to the collection though.
Subject: So-So musically
Subject: Just Not Hearing It.
Berry Sless is Very Good. Not Jimmy Herring But Very Good. Larry Campbell is also very good. Just needs to learn the songs better.
Phil and Molo are Incredible. Mookie had some very nice keyboard in Candyman.
I would have to say Keep Sless on Guitar Campbell on other Strings (mandolin, violin etc.) and bring back Jimmy!
Subject: From the git-go...
Subject: It's country. Fine country
Subject: Shadow of the Moon Tour - The Music Never Stops!
Subject: Phil is the BOMB
Subject: yay scofield!
The recording is an insane quality soundboard, no worries there.
One star off for the first set, but the second set is great.
Subject: Hey Now Phil...
Subject: another free SBD
Nice job Wiz!
Subject: Great Show
Subject: listen to the music play
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